Today, in Oklahoma, the first tornado of the season has been issued. While Spring is a wonderful time of year, it always helps to be prepared for all that the change in season can bring. Tornadoes are no stranger to the great state of Oklahoma, but tornadoes also occur across the United States. These monsters of wind can wreak havoc on your home and livelihood. Make sure you are prepared this season with the steps below! 

Get Prepared and Practice

Before a chance of weather even hits, be prepared. Have a place of meeting for your family to gather safely. Practice a tornado drill annually, so all knows where to go when necessary. Stock your storm shelter with supplies such as a radio and other safety equipment.

Seek Cover

During the storm, go to an inner room of your home: a basement, storm shelter, small interior room, bathroom with no windows, or under stairs on lowest floor of your house. If you are outside, do anything you can to seek shelter, but if you are unable to, find low ground - away from both trees and cars. Lie facedown with your arms protecting your head. If you are in your home, bring soft pillows and a safety kit with you to your safe room.

After the Storm

Stay away from power lines which may have fallen. Avoid flooded areas - if there is a power line somewhere near- the water could be live with electricity. If your home is damaged, find a safe place to stay until it can be inspected for gas leaks and other dangers. Because of possible gas leaks - do not use matches of lighters.

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Spring is great time of year to step outside and enjoy the all the new life that the season brings. However, with it comes some precautions, and especially for dangers of tornadoes, as they are particularly present in our part of the nation. Be safe! To protect your valued possessions and home, ask a Synergy agent for a Oklahoma City home insurance quote.

Posted 11:00 AM

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